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  • N+1 and N+N redundancy.
  • Integrated load distribution panel.
  • Optional secondary output breakers and battery disconnect panel.
  • Wide input voltage range.
  • Hot-pluggable rectifier modules.
  • Secured remote access and monitoring.
  • Controller independent system operation.
  • Front panel access to most control and monitoring parameters including alarms.
  • Integrated DC & AC surge protection.
  • Modular design with four-post frame and removable side panels and front and rear doors.
  • Cabinet measures approximately 605 mm (W) x 691 mm (L) x 2133 mm (H)
  • Designed to meet UL, CSA, and CE standards.

DC Power Systems with Integrated Batteries

Integritas Industrial DC Power Systems with integrated batteries combine a battery charger, battery bank, and DC power output into one, single-bay solution. The power systems are housed in an industrial, ruggedized, welded cabinet. The systems can be divided into five distinct sections: AC input, DC output/distribution, controller/rectifiers, battery protection, and a battery bank. Designed for use with VRLA or Ni-Cd-type batteries, up to three battery trays are available depending on power configuration needs. Standard output voltage choices include 24V, 48V, or 125VDC, with single-phase or three-phase input voltages ranging from 85-530 VAC.

DC Power Systems with External Batteries

Integritas power systems also are ideal for applications where a large rack of batteries is required separate from the charger, or where DC power output is required without batteries. The power systems can be divided into several different sections depending on the desired application. These typically include: AC input, power rectifiers, DC distribution, a controller, and a connection panel. By adding a second DC-to-AC inverter cabinet, the power systems can provide a combination of DC and AC output to meet the need for mixed power modes.

The cabinets can be wired from either the top or bottom, adding to their configurability. With a large selection of input voltages available (85-530 VAC), a wide array of output voltages (24, 48, 125 VDC) and the ability to have many rectifiers installed into one cabinet, the Integritas Industrial DC Power System boasts a broad range of power output capabilities – from 24,500 watts to up to 125,000 watts of charger power per unit. The systems offer full N+N power redundancy as well as optional N+1 backup redundancy.

Battery Cabinets

Full-sized battery cabinets are also available to accommodate additional holdover storage capacity for external DC power systems. The custom-configured battery solutions are housed in a ruggedized, welded cabinet. Much like Integritas DC power systems with integrated batteries, these cabinets are designed for use with VRLA or Ni-Cd type batteries, and up to five battery trays are available within a cabinet bay depending on power configuration needs. They can be pre-configured for 24V, 48V and 125VDC power systems, and depending upon the ampere-hour rating of the batteries selected, each tray can accommodate between four to five battery strings.

Distribution Cabinets

Integritas Industrial DC Power Systems can be configured with extended optional DC distribution systems including bulk DC, primary output breakers, and multiple sections of individual DC load breakers for each primary output circuit. In this configuration, the DC distribution cabinet is commonly installed next to the power system. DC load breakers come in various current ratings and can be mixed and matched within the same distribution panel. This helps reduce field wiring requirements and the need for a separate bank of circuit breakers.